Some of the most important elements may surprise you.
Little ones need novelty to keep their noggins engaged
It's not necessarily because screens are bad.
And that’s just the start of a kindergartener’s gaming woes.
In fact, they might even do some good.
A new book looks at the science of what we like
Babies know when other babies are behaving badly. Now if only they could scold each other...
New study suggests gambling addiction can be predicted as early as kindergarten
Autism affects one in every 150 children born today in the U.S., a more than threefold increase from ten years ago. A variety of studies try to explain why
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